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, who was beaten, detained, and then forced to have an abortion at seven months. and as a matter of u.s. policy, any coercive measures, including forced abortion, we deplore. there are a number of other cases, including some that have been reported recently. we did raise it and raised our concern about it. >> and what was their response? >> again, this is i'm not going to get into every back- and-forth here, but this is clearly an issue we'll continue to raise with them. >> the u.s. congress always have a strong voice against the chinese human rights conditions. if there anyone from the congress participate in these talks? if not, have you passed their message to the chinese delegation? >> we've been eager, in fact, to have a broader discussion beyond the two governments, the two executive branches of government, that could include congress. it could also include nongovernmental organizations. to date, we haven't been able to persuade the chinese government to do that. so at this stage, it's a discussion among the executive branch from their side and ours, but we will continue to encou
your screen. for free transcripts, or to give us your comments about this program, visit us online. our programs are also available as c-span podcasts. >> tonight, on c-span, next remarks from earlier tonight about -- by president obama in aru, colorado. after that, australian parliament question time. then, remarks in the committee for responsible federal budget. earlier, president obama spoke to the press after meeting with victims of the shooting in aura, colorado. he is joined by members of the congressional delegation and the state's governor. >> good afternoon, everybody. i want to begin by just thanking all of the state, local, and federal officials who have responded magnificently to this tragedy. governor hickenlooper, who has already been dealing with a range of natural disasters here in the state, has been an extraordinary example of a strength. the mayor, who has only been on the job for seven months, and obviously has responded with great strength and leadership. the police unit -- we had an opportunity to speak over the phone. the chief has been dealing with as diffic
and the supporters in parliament. >> do join us when we return on september the 3rd. you can find our round-off on "bbc parliament" weeknights at 7:00. but for now, alicia mccartney, goodbye. >> tomorrow the state department releases its annual report on international religious freedom. we'll have that live at noon eastern on c-span. then live at 2:00, hillary clinton gives a speech of international religious freedom. that's tomorrow on c-span. >> we did not begin as a city in kentucky. there is a vague knave american region and late ear county and another state called kentucky. so we began in 1778 as louisville, virginia. >> join book tv, american history tv and c-span's local content vehicles from louisville, kentucky. literally life on book tv c-span2. author jason gaines on rebooting the internet politics. and on sunday on american history tv, three weeks at farmington plantation in 1841 would be key on shaping abraham lincoln's view. >> also the steamboat on the ohio river. take a look at the bell of louisville. c-span explores the history and literary life in cities across the america
us out here. through hard work and a little luck, we built this business. why are you demonizing us for it? we are the solution. not the problem. time we had somebody who believes in us. someone who believes that achievement should be rewarded, not punished. >> we need somebody who believes in america. >> the idea to say that steve jobs didn't build apple, that henry ford didn't build ford motor, to say something like that is not just foolishness, it's insulting to every entrepreneur, every innovator in america. president obama attacks success and therefore, under president obama, we have less success and i will change that. host: from the rom they campaign from the romney campaign last weekend. this response from the obama campaign: >> president obama exposed what he really thinks about free people and the american vision, he said this. if you've got a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. if you were successful, somebody along the lines gave you some help. there was a great teacher somewhere in your life. we value school teachers, fireet e. investments
in parliament. >> do join us we return on september 3. >> republican presidential candidate mitt romney in jerusalem. a political roundtable on the 2012 presidential campaign. a house hearing on how to put -- improved drought forecasting. tomorrow, the state department releases its annual report on international religious freedom. we will have that live on it noon. at 2:00, hillary clinton gives a speech on international religious spirit -- religious freedom. >> the internet brings radical transparency to almost everything it touches. privacy becomes a constructs, created by laws and institutions and enforcement. >> monday night, an inside look at the internet and cyber security on "the communicator's." >> we did not begin as a city. there was only a native american region and later, a county and another state called kentucky. we began in 1778 in virginia. >> join booktv and american history tv from louisville, ky. sunday at 5:00, three weeks in 1841 would be key in shaping abraham lincoln's views on slavery. the heyday honest -- of the steamboat on the ohio river. we explore the histor
>> for a dvd copy of this program, call the number on your screen. visit us at our website. q&a is also available as c-span podcast. >> moments ago president obama spoke to the press after meeting with victims of the mass shooting in colorado. he is met with members of the delegation and the state's majyor. >> good afternoon, everybody. i want to begin by taking all the state, local, and federal officials who have responded magnificently to this tragedy. gov. hagen, who has already dealt with a range of natural disasters in the states, has been an extraordinary example of strength. the mayor, who has only been on the job seven months, an who has responded with great strength and leadership, the police chief, who we had an opportunity to speak over the phone, has been dealing with as difficult a set of circumstances as any law enforcement officer has to deal with, and he and his officers have done everything right, by the book, with great determination and courage, so we are very proud of them, the entire congressional delegation, which is here as well. scripture says he will w
what islam has in store for us if we watch the faith of the christians in the islamist world today, such as egypt, lebanon, syrians in iraqi, christians elsewhere, such as the grave people, the brave christians in nigeria. almost every day churches and christians are assassinated. even in turkey or indonesia, christians face discrimination and humiliation on a daily basis. and the course of all this wristian suffering is islam. rivers of tears are flowing from the middle east. there is only one, only one safe haven for christians, and indeed, there's only one place in the middle east where christians are safe to be in the state of israel. and ladies and gentlemen, that is why israel deserves the support of christians worldwide. as a matter of fact, israel is the canary in the coal mine. if israel cannot exist in peace, none of us can. israel is the only democracy in the middle east. it's a safe haven for everyone. it's a beacon of light in an area of total darkness. and if israel falls, ladies and gentlemen, if israel falls, everybody will feel the consequences. as a matter of fact
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